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It’s now been over 100 days, and it does not appear as though there is a suitor for the most expensive condo to ever hit the market in Boston. Trinity Place, a 100-unit condo development dating back to 1999 construction created 2 penthouse units on its 18th floor, and through the foresight of a single individual, they have since been combined into what is now the highest priced listing to ever hit the Boston condo scene.
A 1,400 square foot gallery connects units 1801 and 1802, which together boast 8,500 square feet, 8 bedrooms, 8 bathrooms, 2 fireplaces, and 4 valet-parking spaces. Is it really a “condo”, well, that’s for you to decide. Don’t forget the $10,000 per month HOA fee.
Back in March 2000, the present owner had the foresight to purchase both of the penthouse units, 1801 and 1802, for $3.95 and $3.75 million respectively. Should the seller obtain a sales price anywhere near the asking price of $15 million, a handsome profit will be pocketed.
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